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Brands/Designers with a 1900's workwear look ?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by FlyingLotus, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. FlyingLotus

    FlyingLotus Senior member

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    Can anyone suggest brands or designers that have a 19th century workwear vibe ? [​IMG] [​IMG] (I wouldnt rock those pants, but you get the idea) I know rag & bone used to do stuff along these lines, but not so much anymore.. Any suggestions appreciated
     
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    Makeshift_Robot Senior member

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    Engineered Garments dogg, get your knicker on. High rises, high buttoning points, rough textures, and plenty of layering seem key.
     
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    Yeah, EG is an obvious one but looking for something with even more character..
    I remember seeing something recently, which was really overpriced but cool - but lost the name.. i believe it started with a C..
     
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    (I wouldnt rock those pants, but you get the idea)


    I think the pants are the best part...
     
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    Yeah, EG is an obvious one but looking for something with even more character..
    I remember seeing something recently, which was really overpriced but cool - but lost the name.. i believe it started with a C..


    Nigel Cabourn?
    http://www.cabourn.com/
     
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    Most brands at (capsule).
     
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    Those images are fantastic. Try looking at film costume companies every year or so they sell off some units to clear space and I know you can pick up some great pieces which may fit the bill
     
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    a tailor Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Those are not pants, they are riding breeches. for work, they were worn with 16 inch high lace up boots. as a kid i had a pair of those boots to the envy of my buddies. didnt have the breeches though.
     
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    Mister Freedom. Love their stuff!
     
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    Rising sun clothing. But I quess this forum is not the best for vintage work wear style. you might want to try some others.
     
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